Subaltern Studies: Writings on South Asian History and Society Volume IX
Shahid Amin, Dipesh Chakrabarty
Oxford University Press, 1996 - Anthropology - 284 pages
Subaltern Studies IX carries forward the Subaltern agenda of searching for the voices and agency of the subaltern, enlarging the focus to include contemporary issues of gender, oppression, and lumpenization in metropolitan modern India.
Writing Orality and Power in the Dangs
Science between the Lines
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